Beats Antique and Emancipator live in concert at The Cuthbert Amphitheater in Eugene, OregonProduced by: Kesey Enterprises, Double Tee Concerts, Mammoth NW
Support: Haywyre
Date: Friday, August 9, 2024
Event Type: Reserved Seating, General Admission Lawn, All Ages
Gates Open at: 4 pm
Show Starts at: 5 pm

Tickets: All ages advance tickets are reserved seating for from $45 to $79 depending on seat location, and general admission lawn for $35, available Friday, May 31 at 10am online at Cascade Ticketing.

Unless sold out, tickets will also be available at The Cuthbert Amphitheater Box Office on the day of the show beginning at 3 p.m. when the Box Office opens.

The reserved seating, general admission lawn concert is open to everyone of all ages.

All tickets subject to service charges and /or user fees.

Beats Antique

Beats Antique came together to make music for Miles Copeland’s Bellydance Superstars extravaganzas. The trio is composed of David Satori (guitar, saz, viola, and percussion), Sidecar Tommy Cappel (keys, toy piano, drums, and percussion), and Zoë Jakes (belly dancer, composer, and arranger). Their music incorporates Middle Eastern grooves, Balkan wedding music, flamenco, French Gypsy jazz, hip-hop, dub reggae, and other Eastern tonalities, all pulled together with electronica that won’t put off club kids, but will appeal to world music lovers as well. All of the bandmembers have a long history of innovative music-making behind them.

Emancipator

Emancipator is the stage name of Doug Appling, a Portland-based downtempo electronic music producer and multi-instrumentalist whose self-released recordings and extensive touring schedule, often including music festivals, have gained him an international fan base. Emancipator’s debut album, Soon It Will Be Cold Enough, a wintry mix of intricate beats and atmospheric textures featuring violinist Cindy Kao and guest vocalist Thao Nguyen, was self-released in 2006, later re-released by Japanese label Hyde Out Recordings in 2008. Appling made his live debut in 2009 opening for Bonobo, and toured Japan the same year.